When it comes to mobile phones (or cellphones if you prefer), something about three years old probably counts as retro. So a phone as old as 2000 is pretty much vintage! But that's how old this Nokia 3310 mobile phone by Lekki actually is.
Not just an old Gameboy, this is the Lekki x Nintendo Game Boy Classic.
It sold 160 million units when it first launched back in 1999 and over 10 years on, the Nokia 3210 has been reissued for those who want a 'back to basics' mobile phone in their pocket.
From the people who recently brought back the Motorola StarTAC, this is a recycled 'vintage' phone that's undergone a modern makeover. Indeed, it follows the same principles as that first phone, with a choice of bright colours (or simply a black finish) for that recycled phone, new premium packaging, a charger and new battery.
If you've forgotten the original, there's a rather basic set of features, including mono ringtones, vibration function, the option to call and text, an alarm, calculator plus smack, rotation and memory for the games. In a strange kind of way, this Nokia 3210 will probably get you more attention than a new iPhone 4 – and for a price of 75 Euros online.
Via Switched On Set